The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1966
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A holy and happy Christmas is our wish for you THERMOGAS CO. of ALGONA SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. (la.) Upper Dei MolnM Thurtdoy, Dtc. 22, 1966 CDerru Christmas 1966 May good times and good friends make your Christmas a happy one. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY 109 N. DODOI AlOONA *********************************** And may the true spirit of the season be yours this Yule... 1966 FOSTER FURNITURE AlOONA, IQWA Hire Two New Teachers For Ledyard School LEDYARD - Two uowteachers have been hired by the Ledyard Community School Board. Mrs. Elaine Sine, who is living in Mankato at the present time, will be teaching English and dramatics. She is a graduate of Mankato State College and taught for four years in Las Vegas, Nev., and two years at Bellevue, la. She has a three-year-old son and they will be living in the house owned by Mrs. John Brandt. Mrs. Sine will replace the late James Martin. Mrs. Henry Steenhardt of Lakota has been substituting for the past three weeks. Jerry Rochford of New Hampton will be teaching mathematics and will be the assistant coach beginning the second semester. He will graduate this semester from the State College of Iowa. He will replace Mr. Nordstrom, who will be returning to income tax and insurance business. - o Christmas Eve observances will be held at two Ledyard churches. There will be a program at the Methodist church at 7:15 and at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church at 7:00. At the Methodist church there will be no Sunday School Christmas Day, but the worship service will be at the usual hour. At the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church, there will be Sunday School and worship service with holy communion at the usual time. At Sacred Heart Catholic church there will be midnight mass and masses again at 6:30 and at 8:00 Christmas Day, - o - THANKS FROM SCOUTS The Brownies and Junior Girl The Met/tot May true joy and happiness decorate your home this Christmas . To All Our friends SHILLINOTON BARBER SHOP Scouts would like to thank everyone who helped them with their mitten tree. Twenty-three pairs of mittens and gloves and 11 pairs of stockings were on the tree when It was taken down. These have been sent to Goodwill Industries at Sioux City where they were distributed at the annual Christmas party for needy boys and girls. The girls also sent a crib quilt to the school for the retarded at Faribault, Minn. Thursday. - o- Friday's Santa Claus Day drawing for 66 prizes donated by various businessmen proved a big success. About 300 attended the open house at the Hawkeye Fertilizer Co. plant here Wednesday. Prizes went to Wallace Logemann, Keith Knoner, Mrs. Virgil Loucks Kind Mrs. Kenneth Reese. There are four hospital patients to report this week. At Holy Family hospital in Estherville are John Pederson and Otto Kelly, and in Mankato, Alfred Busch Is at Immanuel hospital and Edward Lloyd was admitted to St. Joseph's hospital Saturday. Carol Jorgenson visited her grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington, Lone Rock, from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch and Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon visited Alfred Busch and Edward Lloyd at Mankato Sunday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingel were in Mankato where they attended the Christmas concert presented by the Mankato State College music department. The Plngel's daughter sings with the Madrigal Singers and in the A Capella Choir. Mrs. Christie Hinrlchsen visited at the Murl Jorgensons Tuesday. The Knights of Columbus children's Christmas party was held Sunday evening at Sacred Heart hall. The Brownies and junior Girl Scouts had a caroling party Tuesday after school. There are 31 scouts. Refreshments were served by the leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wilhelmi and Claude visited the Murl Jor- gensons Friday and Saturday evening Mrs. Wilhelmi and Mrs. Jorgenson called on Mrs. F. X. Wilhelmi at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family and Mr. and Mrs. fLaureti' ^THoftipsori 'and"Larry -were -Sunday" dinner guests at the Everett Thompsons. Auxiliary At Offosen Has Guest Night OTTOSEN - Mrs. Olvin Haug was hostess to the American Legion Auxiliary at her home Monday night at a Christmas Guest Night. Mrs. Howard Thompson was co-hostess. Mrs. Mike Coyle gave a report on the county meeting held at Renwick. Mrs. Victor Meyer gave a reading. A game 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, was led by Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mrs. Victor Meyer read Christmas letters. Carols were sung by the group. Guests were Mrs. Oliver Kin- As we celebrate again the birth of Christ, may His spirit of peace and love renew our faith and bring us joy. WILTGEN JEWELERS sett, Mrs. Gerald Hoffman, Mrs. Oliver LeeofRutland,Mrs.Louis Jacobson, Mrs. Donald Cooper, Mrs. Darrel Jones and Mrs. Roy Telfc-rd. - o - RURAL CLUB The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday for their Christmas party with Mrs. Kermit Fowler hostess. Mrs. Lester Wehrspann was assistant hostess. Roll call was Bible verses. Towels hemmed by the blind were distributed. Ten dollars was sent to the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. A Christmas program was given. Mrs. Edward Zinnel and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann gave readings. Christmas carols were sung by the group. A gift exchange was enjoyed. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson entertained at an anniversary Christmas party Friday night. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth had high score for women and Mrs. Martin Meyer, low. Raymond Wehr- spann had high for the men and Martin Meyer, low. Edward Zinnel had travel. A gift exchange was held. Mrs. Harold Sundet of Algona was a Wednesday visitor at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Longseth. Best wishes... 1966, SMOKE SHOP May the spirit of the season reach your home this Yule... Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n SINCE 1917 - ALGONA, IOWA J '*****«*tt^^ The Season's best to you from all of us NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 1-2414 "COMMIT! 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